26 Comments

  1. Jenny

    Carrie, I had never thought of pickling peaches! My goodness these look so yummy! I can’t wait for the farm market this weekend to grab extra peaches and try it out! Pickling is very new to me, but I am enjoying it! Thanks for the recipe and the challenge! πŸ™‚

  2. Alyssa D. {Suitcases & Sweets}

    We may have both pickled peaches, but I like how you went for the savory and I went for the sweet! Great ideas for quick appetizers and beautiful photography. Well done!

  3. Love! Love! LOOOOOVE! That you pickled peaches! I went with traditional dill pickles because my family eats them like they’re going out of style so I wanted to give them a homemade batch but I had plans to do a second pickling project and it was going to be peaches. Great minds πŸ˜‰ These sound fantastic and now before the peaches of the season are all gone, I must make these. Lovely!

  4. Melissa

    I bet the flavor combination of sweet, tart, and spice really make these peaches taste amazing! And I love all of the suggestions you gave for eating theses amazing peaches…my mouth is watering! πŸ™‚

  5. Pickled peaches? Whaaaat? I’d never heard of those before, but they sound incredible! Just curious, though: how spicy do they end up being? I only like jalapenos in very small doses, but I love my peaches to be super sweet. But I definitely trust you to be a better cook than I am! πŸ™‚

  6. ooo yes yes yes! the most interesting peaches i’ve ever consumed were filled with bourbon haha from sitting in a bourbon infusion. these may be the second most interesting i’ve ever seen πŸ˜‰

  7. I love pickled peaches! My mom used to make them when I was a kid. She didn’t put thyme in hers, but that sounds great.
    P.S. I have that same striped dishtowel! πŸ™‚

  8. Shirley Stieber

    My paternal Grandmother was a feisty, tiny and happy woman from Kansas and oh how I loved her pickled peaches. Thanks for stirring up some fun memories
    . So, guess what, I am going to make myself some memorable pickled peaches this summer!

  9. Jenny

    Hi! I know it’s been a while since you put this recipe up, but I was wondering how ripe your peaches were when you made this, if it mattered. Thanks!

  10. Ann Fenner

    I was so glad to see a recipe for Pickled Peaches. My maternal grandmother always canned some. They were always available for Sunday dinner. I remember loving them as a child. I haven’t had any for a long time. My grandmother didn’t use jalapeno, so I probably won’t either.

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